doug_murrayDr. Douglas Murray, Professor in the Department of English, has reviewed Margaret Doody’s Jane Austen’s Names: Riddles, Persons, Places (University of Chicago Press, 2015) for the influential periodical Studies in the Novel; the review appears in the Spring 2016 edition.

In addition, Dr. Murray’s essay “Mobility in England, 1816:  Austen’s Emma and Humphrey Repton’s ‘View from my own cottage’ ” will appear in a volume of collected essays, Jane Austen’s Geographies, edited by Robert Clark-Majerus.  This collection grew out of a bicentennial conference on Pride and Prejudice, which took place at the University of Hertfordshire in July 2013.